1. Karen
    May 16, 2016 @ 11:25 am

    Uh oh…they pulled the video down. There must have been a song…what a shame. Hope Jack understands about copyrights or this could start something rough. But I love the post. My grandson is 11 and I know the questions will start soon. He already get angry when his penis…has a mind of its own, shall we say. Puberty could be interesting at my house!


  2. Kim Dedmon
    May 16, 2016 @ 1:48 pm

    Sad….I can’t see the video for some reason (I have been able to see all of the others). Anyway, we are sending my guy to a Created by God class at our church this summer to talk more about “the sex.” I am a little nervous of what is going to happen! He hasn’t asked questions – I think he is afraid of the answers!


  3. NickyB.
    May 16, 2016 @ 9:24 pm

    Awesome post. My son just turned 12. Not sure when we will ever have this convo with our son.


  4. GP
    May 17, 2016 @ 9:40 am

    My kiddo never used to say “I love you” either. I think it may be emotionally too overwhelming and hence, uncomfortable for some kids to say the words. At some point, I started telling my child “I love you” in sign language. I just showed her a couple signs one day and then started a little tradition of sending her off to school signing it. All of a sudden, she started signing it, too, and at some point, the words started coming with it. It definitely took time, though. I learned that my child tends to experience tons of emotions while unable to express her feelings in words. Don’t be sad. Jack may not be able to get the words out yet, but of course it does not mean he does not love you guys. Just looking at his expression in some of the family pics that you have posted, you can tell he does.


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